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nearvideo justice Ginsburg undergoes lung surgery to remove the cancer and is resting comfortably, no further treatment planned

This week marked the first time that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has not missed the Chance of oral arguments since associate justice of the Supreme court in the year 1993.

The 85-year-old, who is recovering from recent cancer surgery, has repeatedly said in the past that you are in retirement, the Supreme court not “go out of the nation only if you do the job full steam.”

The court of public meetings are next Monday. No date has been set, but if Ginsburg said back to the Bank, a spokesman for the court.

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Ginsburg underwent a lung surgery last month to remove cancerous growths, and to continue to recover. After weeks out of public view, they discovered Wednesday morning was reported out of Washington, DC, apartment, TMZ.

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But Ginsburg has recent absence, speculation stirred, whether you are considering retirement, because your previous comments on the subject.

The justice, called “the famous-said Notorious RBG” of supporters: “at least since 2013, that they would continue on the court as long as you can, as noted by the Washington Examiner. Supreme Court appointments are for life, although many administrations have chosen over the years to retire at a certain time.

“As long as I do the job full steam, and that, at my age, is not predictable,” Ginsburg told the New York Times in 2013.

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Three years later, she told NPR, she would go “in a pension when it is time. And when it’s time? If I can’t do the job full steam.”

“I’ll retire when it is time. And when it’s time? If I can’t do the job full steam.”

— Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Just last year, she repeated that she would remain on the court as long as they can be fully involved.

“As long as I steam can do the job, I’ll be here,” during an event held at the Adas Israel congregation in Washington.

“I said I want this job for as long as I can make it, with a full head of steam,” she said last month at the premiere of a Film about their early career.

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But Ginsburg’s absence from the court and attendance from home is also not unprecedented. To worked for the late Chief Justice William Rehnquist also home to several opinions, and even the author, while in the treatment of cancer of 2004-05.

Ginsburg has already hired employees for the duration of which is not planned until 2020, with suggestions for possible retirement.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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